Poor reception is not the only problem. The system can be too slow to do life editing in poor reception areas. There is no option to edit off line and then upload later. Switching between devices and software apps is messy and there appear to be some compatibility problems. Too many cosmetic changes have affected our productivity and Robustness has suffered.
To blog on mobile with a tablet or phone we often need to switch to weebly classic until the new weebly app is up to scratch.
To add new blog pages in May 2016 I have needed a proper computer. I have not tried the iPad without using the Weebly app. Ease of use has suffered and frequent updates means bugs and instability is a fairly commmon experience at least with my 2 fav browsers Firefox and Google Chrome. Maybe I should test Explorer again.
So here is Weebly's response dated Jun 10, 2016
I am sorry you've experienced so much frustration .... Weebly classic has been phased out and will no longer be supported. They will not be merged, but there will be more updates to the newer app, though I don’t know when the next update will be released. As far as working in areas with spotty internet connections, there’s nothing over which we have control in those circumstances. Updates on devices will be saved locally, and then when you publish, it will sync with the server, but I’d make sure that you're not switching between devices with data saved locally that hasn’t been synced, because then when you work on the second device, it won’t see the changes from the other one and there could be problems. I’d say make sure it’s fully sync’ed before switching to a different mobile device to further edit. Thank you for choosing Weebly!